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Bills Player Calls Out The NFL After Loss To The Patriots

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen gets rocked by the Patriots

ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 29: Jonathan Jones #31 of the New England Patriots hits Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills as he runs the ball during the fourth quarter at New Era Field on September 29, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. Patriots beat the Bills 16 to 10. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

The Buffalo Bills were not happy with the New England Patriots' hit on second-year quarterback Josh Allen, who was knocked out of the game in the second half following a blow to his head.

Allen was rocked by multiple Patriots defenders while attempting to scramble for a first down in the second half.

The second-year quarterback was down on the field for several minutes. He was eventually able to get up and jog off the field. However, Allen was unable to return.

It was tough to watch:

Bills defender Micah Hyde was not happy with the hit following the game, calling out the NFL. He says if the same hit was made on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the player would've been ejected.

The Bills fell to the Patriots, 16-10, for their first loss of the season.

We'll get what should be a heated rematch in Week 16.